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Re: JMT Unsupported Attempt
Thanks for the link. I hope he makes it.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » JMT Unsupported Attempt
August 28, 8:48pm

A single-edge razor blade for me
“Here’s an insight from all my years in the mountains: With just a little bit of planning, I don’t have much use for a knife and rarely use one.” – Mike Clelland Like Mike, I carry a s...

In GEAR » is a knife a non-essential item?
August 27, 9:09pm

Re: Bumping Not Allowed People
To bump or not to bump, that is the question. Not's the answer.

In Gear Swap » Bumping Not Allowed People
August 27, 1:33pm

Well said. Enjoyable read.

In On the Web » Fastest Known Times (FKT)
August 21, 8:31am

Re: DONE ! ! !
Impressive. Very impressive.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » John Muir Trail Record Attempt 22-July
August 18, 9:11pm

Re: Current best single person tent around 18-20oz
ZPacks Hexamid Solplex looks pretty good (16.2oz w/stakes)

In GEAR » Current best single person tent around 18-20oz
August 06, 10:09pm

Re: inReach SE: No tracking points, no messages went through today!
You weren't hiking near the Santa Cruz Mystery Spot were you?

In GEAR » inReach SE: No tracking points, no messages went through today!
July 13, 11:07pm

Re: PM issues
Fan mail from some flounder?

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » PM issues
July 11, 8:11pm

Re: Re: most people go bigger...
By design, all of my dehydrated meals require 12oz (355ml) or less of hot water. I don't drink a hot beverage while on the trail. Hence, I've settled on a 500ml pot. I probably could go as ...

In GEAR » Best size UL caldera cone for solo?
July 08, 11:36am

Re: Alarm Clock - no batteries needed
Bob How about an old fashion wind-up alarm clock? Might be a bit heavy but you won't have to carry batteries and the twin bells on top should be loud enough to ensure that you wake up..... ...

In GEAR » Alarm Clock
July 02, 9:47pm

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